Dated: 10 Mar, 2021
Don’t delay plan your Driver Training for your Fleet now!
In the coming weeks Government restrictions due to COVID 19 are going to be starting to ease. One of the knock-on effects of the restrictions is it has created a backlog for many companies on Driver Training across their fleets.
In recent weeks Fleetmaster has seen significant increase in activity as companies start to plan for a return to more normal times. There is also going to be significant demands for DVSA Tests as these have not been taking place in recent months due to Government restrictions. We would advise all Fleet Managers to start planning what training is required as soon as possible in order that they remain compliant and are not affected by delays.
We at Fleetmaster are leading industry experts in Driver Risk Management and can work with you to reduce your risk and have a range of courses available including the option to write bespoke training around your needs. Some of the courses we have include:
Advanced Driving Speed Awareness Post incident/remedial
Winter Driving Electric Vehicles New Driver induction
Licence acquisition including Cat C, C1 and B+E Driver CPC
We deliver to very high standards but don’t just take our word for it here is a quote from one of our customers Steve Winter, Head of Fleet at British Gas/Centrica.
“At Centrica we have worked with Fleetmaster for in excess of 15 years as our driver training provider. Not only do they do a very efficient and professional job with all our on-road training through a variety of accredited courses, they also write bespoke interactive classroom sessions to fit in with the focus and priorities of the road safety ethos within our business. At the end of any course a feedback form is completed, and most of our drivers comment on how interesting, informative and helpful they are in improving personal road safety.”
If you would like to speak to us about we can work at improving your risk or would like to book any of our courses then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01924 416624.